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Warp and weft

It is a soggy Sunday morning but a calm one. The October morning sun is casting its pale light across all things, soothing nature from yesterdays indignant weather. This is a moment of bliss, and my intention is to keep it that way. This… Continue Reading “Warp and weft”

What’s in a label?

Testing, testing 1,2,3 comma nope… ok so I’m going to give this Google Docs thing a go and speak my thoughts as its Friday evening I am both tired and yet deeply contemplative at the moment. The thing about us, and I’m talking in… Continue Reading “What’s in a label?”

My melting pot of musings

It is getting on for late afternoon as I crank up the laptop, sat outside in the garden, the gentle September breeze cools the suns heat on my black leggings. I try to ignore the cat casually licking her bum on the garden sofa… Continue Reading “My melting pot of musings”

Who Am I? Big Question

Intros, facets and labels Oh, where to begin with an introduction? A traditional good old-fashioned introduction in literary terms that is, and yet I do not fit that ‘old fashioned’ bill, never have, never will. I would even go as far as to say… Continue Reading “Who Am I? Big Question”

Under pressure…

Some time ago, I was watching Magicians and there was a scene where the actors sang Under Pressure by Queen/David Bowie (Season 3, episode 9). For the first time I really heard the lyrics, perhaps because the words were sung by different people in… Continue Reading “Under pressure…”

Gratitude Attitude

I launched a ‘Grateful for‘ challenge to seven people in May 2019 for a year. Nine people joined the challenge and by Dec 2019 some opted to leave at the six month point, having had various degrees of success in terms of using gratutide… Continue Reading “Gratitude Attitude”

Drop the bog rolls and support your immune system

This information came to me via a homeopathic friend and I wished to get it out a bit further than those I have email addresses for… 2020 Immunity Protocols by Caroline Gaskin There are few scientific papers on COVID-19 so information here is based… Continue Reading “Drop the bog rolls and support your immune system”

Sub-personalities, the titanic and the supermarket

I work in a supermarket and since coronavirus hit the UK, in terms of the general public being aware, was about February time. If it was the titanic film, it would be the part perhaps where Rose and Jack see the iceberg and observe… Continue Reading “Sub-personalities, the titanic and the supermarket”

Coronavirus: An Astrological Perspective

by John Wadsworth MA “Whilever we remain indoctrinated by the idea of scarcity; by the toxic myth that there is not enough, by the idea that more is better, then no matter how much we have and how much we gain materially, we will… Continue Reading “Coronavirus: An Astrological Perspective”

Jan/Feb Catch Up

We catch up with our remaining four volunteers on a photo challenge of capturing a photo of something they are grateful for each week for a whole year.